Quick Access Boating to the San Juan Islands

boating_to_the_san_juan_islands_waIf you’re a boater and trips into the San Juan Islands and British Columbia waters are part of your summer boating fun, you know that it can sometimes be a long trek from Seattle up to, and across, the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Boating to the San Juan Islands takes planning…especially when it comes to the weather.  The weather can often be sketchy getting across the Strait – wind, waves and fog can make for a pretty miserable crossing.

Why not moor your boat in La Conner – where access to the San Juan Islands can be a short morning or afternoon trip via the Swinomish Channel, and you can usually get into the islands with significantly fewer weather-related challenges from crossing the Strait.  La Conner Marina provides quick access boating to the San Juan Islands!

You’ll find a full-service marina with abundant parking, restrooms with showers and an easy-access fuel dock – plus walking-distance access to the town of La Conner.

We have covered and uncovered moorage, and we currently have available slips for a variety of boat sizes. While this list changes as boats move in and out of our marina, here is a current list of available slips as of Fall 2013. Give us a call at (360) 466-3118 for the most current moorage rates, or check our website.

Covered Moorage:
We have slips available ranging from 26-50′.

Open Moorage:
We currently have eight 30′ slips, one 40′ slip, and seven 50′ slips available.

Dry Storage:
We also have on-the-hard blocks available and offer services for getting your boat out of, and back into, the water.

Come take a tour of our marina facilities and let us show you why mooring your boat at the La Conner Marina can mean more time in the San Juan Islands and British Columbia waters, rather than travel time trying to get there. Boating season 2014 is coming soon, and having your boat 3 hours closer to the fun could be a terrific option for you!

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